|looks quite nice with my winter maxi skirt|
For too long all of the component parts had languished not,thankfully, on The Pile of Shame but in the "never-do-today-what-you-can-put-off-successfully-for-at-least-another-couple-of-months" bag under the bed.This state of affairs was not right after all of the hard work and effort my sister put in with hand spinning and producing the yarn I used so I thought it was about time that I did something constructive with it.So not wanting Ursula to languish much more and become possible moth fodder combined with another gloomy day ahead that you didn't feel as if you actually wanted to go out in and with the fire lit making everywhere cosy I set too and made the effort.
1.It looks nice on
2. It isn't overly itchy being pure wool
3.It has revived another forgotten pattern
4.It has to be completely unique being a vintage pattern made with my sisters lovely hand spun yarn.
Thank you again to my sister for her hard work and kindness in producing the yarn and indeed to that gallant British Polwarth who kindly and unselfishly donated its hard grown fleece to the cause.